Low traffic overlay networks with large routing tables

  title={Low traffic overlay networks with large routing tables},
  author={Chunqiang Tang and Melissa J. Buco and Rong N. Chang and Sandhya Dwarkadas and Laura Z. Luan and Edward So and Christopher Ward},
The routing tables of Distributed Hash Tables (DHTs) can vary from size O(1) to O(n). Currently, what is lacking is an analytic framework to suggest the optimal routing table size for a given workload. This paper (1) compares DHTs with O(1) to O(n) routing tables and identifies some good design points; and (2) proposes protocols to realize the potential of those good design points.We use total traffic as the uniform metric to compare heterogeneous DHTs and emphasize the balance between… CONTINUE READING
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